About your Search

20110823
20110823
STATION
FOXNEWS 15
MSNBC 5
MSNBCW 5
WUSA (CBS) 5
CSPAN 4
CSPAN2 4
WTTG 4
SFGTV 3
SFGTV2 2
KBCW (CW) 1
KQEH (PBS) 1
KRON (MyNetworkTV) 1
KSTS (Telemundo) 1
KTVU (FOX) 1
WBFF (FOX) 1
( more )
LANGUAGE
English 70
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 71 (some duplicates have been removed)
on roads near ponds and other bodies of water. >> now, is that really a good use of government money? steve leroy is a town supervisor. you can correct me on the pronunciation of your name, i'm sorry. he's in wayne county, new york. good to see you this morning. >> thanks for having me on. >> all right. so your area, you're too broke some say to fix the roads there. yet, you got these no -- watch out for the frogs street signs up there. how are you feeling about this? >> ok. it's true. i got the word about two weeks ago that new york state was in fact installing these signs. and like anyone else, i couldn't believe it. we're trying desperately to replace our infrastructure, roads, bridges, install water lines and this is what the folks down in albany send us. frog crossing signs. >> was there a laugh track in the envelope? here's what the new york parks department says about this. listen to this. there is concern over the well being of hundreds of frogs, turtles, snakes that cross the road. the hope is the motorists would be aware of the creatures crossing the road and drive cautiously as
association, where it first met steve. this is a series of programs underwritten by the charles gesky family, which examines the constitution in the 21st century. this examines the balance between safety, security, and public order, and the protection of civil liberties and the integrity of the constitution on the other. tonight program will focus on threats to our american justice system caused by under-funding and indecisiveness. i would like to mention that the question answer portion of the program will be moderated by a professor geoffrey hazard, a distinguished professor of law at uc hastings. the professor is a leading expert in the field of civil procedure of legal ethics and is good at asking questions. it is my pleasure to introduce our very special guest, stephen zack, president of the american bar association. with nearly 400,000 members, it is the largest volunteer professional membership organization in the world. mr. zack is the first hispanic american to serve as the president and the second to be born abroad. he was only 14 when his family emigrated from cuba under harrowing
pound in tripoli but so far, there is no sign of gaddafi or his sons. get a life update from steve harrigan in tripoli, just after midnight. good morning. i know you are taking cover from fire you have just seen and heard. >> reporter: bret, there is a small amount of small arms fire here on the street in tripoli. you have in the city pro-gaddafi and anti-gaddafi families living side-by-side. right now, there is not a power in place to keep the two sides apart. we also hear the shelling near the airport. so the fighting continues on what an historic day of victory for the rebels. >> simple of gaddafi power is no more. after being pounded all morning by nato warplanes, the libyan leaders compound but overrun by rebel fighters. looting, destruction and celebratory gunfire fired. toll of the intense fighting can be seen as rebels entered the street. for the colonel himself, the whereabouts are unknown. the sons say he appeared earlier in the day trying to rally support. >> it's our country. it's our people. we are here and here. we are going to win. because people are with us. >> repo
happening all week long to celebrate the life of dr. king. today is d.c. day. good morning, i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm allison seymour. >>> irene is expected to become a major category 3 hurricane later today. by thursday it could become a category 4. the last hurricane to make landfall in the u.s. was ike which pounded texas in 2008. >>> that may happen later this weekend. as for today, it will be beautiful. >> glorious start. temperatures are falling back into the low 50s in many spots and sunshine expected for most of the day. low 80s for afternoon highs. let's get a look at the numbers. impressive stuff. some of the coolest temperatures in two months time here in downtown washington. 64 at reagan national. frederick 50 degrees. 55 in hagerstown. 56 in ocean city. great looking start. it should be a beautiful day today. a few clouds moving through from time to time but things should remain dry as high pressure continues to work on in here from the west. not much to show you. lots of clear skies and we are expecting plenty of sunshine today. the forecast for tuesday, mostly sunny sk
. just want to thank parks and rec and especially steve and vicky for the amazing summer my son had. jonah is 10 years old. he's severely autistic. he's not verbal. every year we get the park and rec wonderful offerings. my daughter talks about what she's going to sign up for. it's it's what can we do for jonah? jonah goes to camp mom as steve alluded to and it's just not the same as being out with other kids his own age. it's so good for the kids. it's so good for the families. it's so good for the siblings to see their siblings can go out. jonah has not been away from me. steve's son, my son, they're quite affected. they are not going to go into new spaces, overwhelming spaces without a structure and support and every day jonah happily got out of the car, ran to his wonderful aide, chris, and came home filthy. came home with dirt from climbing up the canyon and with the rope swings. and just happy, happy child. like every parent dreams of having is a happy child who goes to camp and enjoys his summer rather than enjoying the summer of no structure. i can't tell you what this has m
tasting freedom some for the first time in their lives. steve harrigan streaming live from tripoli. steve, this fight is not over. there sal sound makes -- the sound it makes when it's being used to try to kill someone. we have been hearing both those sounds throughout the night as there has been pockets of at the same time the rebels celebrate that historic victory today. as far as official battles between the two sides, there is one going on right now around the international airport in tripoli. there is a likely battle too shaping up around the city sirte. qualify's hometown. two kinds of people. people who prophetted from the qaddafi regime and families who had members killed or tortured by that same regime. keeping them apart is going to be the real challenge. right now there is no referee, shepard. >> new clues as to where qaddafi may be, steve? troops heading toward hometown. capturing him, putting him on trial is what the rebels want to do. that is certainly their goal. another goal is to try to avoid what happened in iraq some years ago similar type pictures we have seen today. d
griffin monitoring the developments from the pentagon. but we begin with correspondent steve harrigan live in zentan, south of tripoli. good evening. >> reporter: right now they say that muammar gaddafi is still inside the country of libya but not saying specific whereabouts. it's unclear where he is. the latest unconfirmed reports have him heading to algeria. we spent 11 12 hours with rebels on the way to the capital with the special help from nato, high-tech help, rebel fighters in the capital say they need at this point is gasoline. we're going with a 5,000 gallon gas tanker to help supply rebels in their fight. one of the key weapon in the battle is a pickup truck used to mount vehicle and move the troops around. finally over the past 24 hours with the rebel officials we notice a sea change in mood. just 24 hours ago there was a sense of jubilation, ecstasy, the rumors they captured gaddafi and walked in tripoli and would take the capital. that has changed dramatically with the push back by the government forces. and the ensuing casualties there is a sense here of real momentum and it'
is steve. steve swab with the washington national cathedral. what can you tell me about that work being done to ensure everyone will be safe? >> we have done our first initial walk-through with structural engineers from the first check, we haven't found any apparent signs of significant structural damage. again, it's just the first check and it was a visual check and we're aware of significant external damage to the stone of the coo ahead real -- cathedral and we're assessing the finer details of that as we speak. >> steve swab -- hang with me for just a second. it will be tough to show on the, but some of your other staffers showed us some surf tours in some of the pen kills -- curvatures in the pinnacles here. a delicate situation here, i would imagine. >> the cathedral is an ole structure and some of the finer points are at the timed and that is a matter of assessing where the structure was before the earthquake today and where that is right now. the pros are in there as we spoke. >> no one was hurt and no stain glass damage? >> yeah, the big guy was watching the stain glass today.
are on the ground and check in with steve harrigan. >> reporter: real mystery both about colonel gadhafi and his son saif. we were told he was in prison, 50 miles of south of the capital. we were later told he was in prison in benghazi our Ñd to saif. a real credibility gap in this war continues. what we have noticed is a change in mood among rebels we've been traveling with. yesterday they were on the verge of euphoria, talking about gadhafi being captured. tripoli being captured. a day later saif saying about a possible trap, having a ring of truth. gadhafi's government used a scud missile against its own people, they used tanks, heavy casualties as the fighting continues on both sides in the libyan capital one positive news for the rebels our security team has confirmed they've taken control of the international airport in tripoli that is important real estate and a real gain for these rebels. we could be looking at bloody fighting, urban warfare in the days ahead. >> sean: steve harrigan in libya. joining me with analysis of the breaking developments host of war stories here on the fox news cha
is steve clemmons from new american foundation, at "atlantic magazine" washington editor-at-large. thank you for joining us. you were skeptical from the beginning about whether or not outside countries getting involved militarily in libya would produce a positive outcome. we talked about this in march, you said that you worry about the sense the western footprint in this is too large and ultimately this needs to be the libyan people who take control of their own destiny. now with what's going on in tripoli tonight, was that footprint too large? is this ending as a libyan outcome? how do you feel? >> two things. one, i think president obama, you know, heard -- watched your show and he did -- he created an intervention that actually, despite the sortise he kept this to being a broader ownership of the outcome. to build on the theme of tonight's show, he had a tipping point strategy to tilt the odds toward the rebels given what they were facing but this thing could have still gone very badly. we didn't own the outcome. i think if you listen to president obama's remarks tonight, he ended the
. unmanned as in no pilot. joining us now, steve clemmons, you can find him writing at the note and the atlantic magazine. thank you for joining us tonight. >> sure thing, rachel. >> you were skeptical from the beginning about whether or not outside countries getting involved militarily in libya would produce a positive outcome. you worried the western footprint is too large and this needs to be the libyan people who take control of their own destiny, now is this a libyan outcome, how do you feel about this? >> two things, one, i think president obama, you know, watched your show and he created an intervention that despite the various kinds of presence we had, he nonetheless kept this from a deeper, broader ownership of the outcome. i think to build on the theme of tonight's show, he had a tipping point strategy to help tilt the odds towards the rebels, given what they were facing, but this thing could have still gone very badly, i think if you listen to president obama's remarks tonight, he ended them exactly with where we were talking before, this had to remain a libyan story,
. that's one piece of the puzzle. steve harrigan joins us live from libya. >> reporter: greta, some obscureties there surrounding the story. a short time ago we were offered an interview with saif al-islam 50 miles outside of tripoli. they said they held him in prison here. we could have the interview. that would have been an unusual feat considering he was in tripoli. we've seen real credibility gaps throughout this conflict on both sides. perhaps on the rebel side sometime their inexperience in the battlefield this time mirrored in their inexperience in dealing with the media. be that as it may, what saif said, luring the rebels into a trap is hard to take at stpraeuls aoufpl it is true there has been -- hard to take at face value. it is true there has been a shift. 24 hours ago there was a sense of euphoria, that tripoli was about to fall that they had or would soon capture colonel gadhafi. that has not come to pass. what we've seen is the beginning of a worst-case scenario that is, brutal urban warfare. the gadhafi government used at least one scud missile against its people tod
to be the world's premier culinary college. steve ells, who founded the chain chipotle, graduated from the cia in 1990, and cat cora, known internationally as the only female iron chef on the food network's "iron chef america," also graduated from here in 1995. the grstone branch campus opened in st. helena in 1995 and has been continuously proding top-notch chefs. >> coming here to napa, california, there's fresh, almost any kind of ingredient, produce that you would want, fresh herbs. the herb garden here at cia is amazing. >> here students cultivate edible flowers, vegetables, and fresh herbs. >> it's learning how to plant, what to plant, when to plant it. i live about 1,000 miles up right now, so it's a little colder, and you have to realize, like, i can't plant tomatoes when they're planting tomatoes down here. it's just understanding the seasons and understanding when things want to grow and then they're gonna grow the best. >> students feel and i feel that by producing our own ingredients we can become better chefs. we'll get to learn a little bit about our food systems and how we inter
to tell the story. first, a member of the research committee and steve and i did a thing called investing on children. we are just about out of copies, but it is available on our web site if you would like to have a copy. none of the papers exceed 300,000 words, which is three good when it is also dollars. he is going to give an overview with special attention to headstart, and he concludes headstart is underperforming. the obama administration has proposed a provocative and well- thought-out reform and based on recommendations of the committee for read designation hryvna 4 re-designation, -- recommendations of the committee for re-resignation, and she will describe headstart reforms, and then after these presentations, we are going to have recommendations from a panel people. we have had a long history as practitioners. first, the head of the national association for education of young children, who was also a member of the re-designation committee. our next guest is here from the university of chicago and is one of the most accomplished people who have defended head start on the basis o
from his supporters. the rebels now claim they have actually entered gadhafi's home. steve harrigan is streaming to us lye from the very -- live from the very dangerous city of tripoli right now. steve? >> reporter: jon, we're in downtown tripoli, and i can tell you there's a tremendous amount of gunfire, small arms fire going on street to street. some of that gunfire appears to be celeb rah story, but some appears to be gun battles. much of the fighting today has focused on or around colonel gadhafi's compound be. there's small arms fire right there, and that's not celebration. we've seen that compound get hit multiple times and great plumes of smoke rising from that level. we've seen rebels driving in from the southern mountains, they want to defeat him. reuters is reporting that celebratory gunfire is coming out from around gadhafi's compound, but no sign or proof that gadhafi has been taken or killed in the fighting. pentagon officials say it is still an extremely dangerous situation while the rebels do control most of the city. i can tell you that while drive anything today, th
with absolute other integrity in his individualism and a sheer joy in his work. in our world, that man is steve jobs. steve jobs dropped out of college. he was an orphan. a guy that just came out of nowhere. think what he accomplished simply because he loves it. he is obsessed with this stuff. these are toys for him to play with, a campus rim to pay not. when he founded apple computer he completely transformed the computer industry from a command to control mainframe model to an individual empowerment desktop waddle. he made that happen. a few years later, he bought an obscure little digital rendering company on fire sale when george lucas needed to get rid of it, called pixar. he had this idea that this could be used to create full-length animated movies. he thought that would be pretty cool. he would like to see a movie like that so he found this guy named john lasseter and they worked on a movie that would eventually be called toy story. he spent so many years on it and so much a steve jobs's when he came near to personal bankruptcy funding it and they also almost and discontinued boy story.
work. in our world, that man is steve jobs. steve jobs dropped out of college. he was an orphan. a guy that just came out of nowhere. think what he accomplished simply because he loves it. he is obsessed with this stuff. these are toys for him to play with, a campus rim to pay not. when he founded apple computer he completely transformed the computer industry from a command to control mainframe model to an individual empowerment desktop waddle. he made that happen. a few years later, he bought an obscure little digital rendering company on fire sale when george lucas needed to get rid of it, called pixar. he had this idea that this could be used to create full-length animated movies. he thought that would be pretty cool. he would like to see a movie like that so he found this guy named john lasseter and they worked on a movie that would eventually be called toy story. he spent so many years on it and so much a steve jobs's when he came near to personal bankruptcy funding it and they also almost and discontinued boy story. toy stories in the top 10 dig is grossing movies of all time. ha
fell for the fourth straight month. we're going to check in with steve handelsman, who joins us live with more on that and the rest of the day's business headlines. hey, steve. >> hi, barbara. thanks, good morning. my friends here at cnbc on capitol hill have asked me to stand in. here's the business news. stocks jumped sharply this morning as stronger than expected data from overseas sparked a buying before the keenly awaited speech from federal reserve chairman ben bernanke this week. and economists indicating another recession isn't likely over the next 12 months, but neither is any meaningful improvement in the economy. the major averages, the dow is up 159, nasdaq up 45, s&p up 18. there's good and bad news in a pair of economic reports today. the government report shows the number of troubled banks fell for the first time in five years, but new home sales fell almost 1% in july, as 2011 is shaping up as the worst year on record in the housing market. meanwhile, a gauge of factory output on the eastern -- on the u.s. eastern seaboard fell further into negative territory in augus
36 years. steve has more. >> reporter: he left loved ones in shock. if william ayres loved his country he spent most of his life running from the justice system. >> i know the family. they are great people. blows my mind. >> reporter: after being convicted in 1966 he escaped in 1975. his hair long and gray. this is him in a mugshot in 1967. here are pictures of the years in between when he was on the run in alaska, canada and raised another family. changing names twice. even the fbi admits he appeared to be beating the system. >> it was a cold case. passed around a little bit. >> reporter: they only tracked him down when his mother died. >> we received a tip from connecticut where she lived. >> reporter: she asked to use a secret number to call her son. from that tip the fbi used phone records from several states to locate their fugitive where he has been living for three decades. daniel lopez was there for the arrest. >> she was surprised she had no idea. >> reporter: inside this home a woman's life partner lost. a fugitive found. >> one thing that stuck out, how did we track
he's at 48th and 6th avenue right now. [ laughter ] >> steve: somebody stop that man! he's got a rembrandt! >> juliet: thank you, guys. we'll have shark boy and his dad tomorrow. will brian be back? martha: all right, thanks guys, we've got a lot of breaking news at this hour because there are new explosion and mortars and rocket fire being tphaerd and around qaddafi's compound right now [sound of gunfire] martha: that's the scene right now in tripoli, heavy gunfire we are hearing and lots of reports about what's going on in qaddafi's compound as well, good morning, everybody, i'm martha maccallum here in "america's newsroom" gregg: what a busy morning it is, hello, i'm gregg jarrett in for bill hemmer, the rebels involved in a fresh round of intense fighting against qaddafi forces just one day after gaining control of most of the capitol martha: let's go straight to jennifer griffin standing by at the pentagon jennifer, what a difference a few hours can make, a lot of explosions heard in and around qaddafi's compound what are you hearing from the pentagon now? >> reporter: thi
have been working on. -- steve fiftpanelly. >> cheap plumbing inspector. good morning, commissioners. one of the things we are working on that i told you about last month was the boiler permit to operate to be done on line. after all the testing -- we have testing done last month. we have three different contractors that came in to do a lot of the certifications throughout san francisco, and they did a dry run, and we put it into production for them to test it. since then we have added three or four more contractors to the databases to see if there were any more problems with the system. we have had positive feedback, and by the end of the month we will be able to launch and put it out to the public for use. that is where we're at at this point. >> item 6g, update on new hires. >> since the beginning of the year we have had 13 new hires, which are actually holdovers from last year that were in last year's budget, but they will be starting at the end of this month. there will be 13, six of which are clerks. some will be assigned to the fifth floor to take the place of the people bette
denied justice. from new york, steve kingston. >> for three months he has been a criminal defendant, a vip politician accused of sexually assaulting a hotel maid. but within hours, but many strauss-kahn will be free to leave america if, as excess -- if, as expected, the judge approves the request of prosecutors to dismiss the case. the district attorney says there was a hurry to sexual encounter between dummy strauss-kahn and 32-year-old diallo but they say the physical evidence does not prove her claim that the sexual contact was forced. so, the trial would hinge on the accusers' credibility and prosecutors say ms. diallo light on previous occasions, and also change the account of what she did after the attack. >> the problem was that she lied and continue to persist in her lies with the da, and how is the d a supposed to take a leap of faith if you lie to their face? >> she was informed of the decision with a 15-minute show down with prosecutors. her lawyers say the district attorney is biased and denying her justice. >> he not only turned her back on this innocent victim, but he
a judge to dismiss the case. steve king ston, "bbc news," new york. >> north carolina has given south koreans 72 hours to leave the resort at mount kungon. the resort used to be a symbol of cooperation between the two countries and a key sort of currency for pong i don't think. for more on this, we're joined from the south korean capital of seoul by our correspondent lucy williamsson. tell us what is the latest and have south koreans already left the resort? >> as you said, north korea on monday morning gave nows that south korean assets would be able to be removed anymore from that tourist resort, and it gave three days for south korea's personnel to leave. that takes us up to thursday morning. i haven't had any concrete reports yet of south koreans crossing back into south korea. but the word we're getting from the government here is that they're not expecting south koreans to stay beyond that thursday morning. no reason to put themselves at risk, they say. but they are looking for a way out of it. according to south korea, that is not a legal move. according to north korea, it is,
for the new memorial on sunday. sunday.president obama is expected to attend. meteorologist steve fertig will be righ back with a look at your forecast. you'reewatching fox 45 gooddday baltimore. 3
with fox 5 morning news. i'm he steve chenevey. >> i'm sarah simmons. before we get to weather, we want to mention hurricane irene now a category two and it is gaining strength. the storm left a lot of damage in puerto rico cutting power to more than a million homes. president obama has cleared the way for federal funding for any clean-up efforts there. >> we are keeping an eye on that in the weather department and also looking at today's forecast. >> let's focus on our weather locally because ideal conditions out there, temperature in the low 50s and flirting with 40s in places like frederick this morning. hard to believe. you might need a long-sleeved shirt here moving through to the west. the sun is getting ready to rise. it should be bright blue sky here for much of the day and a mostly sunny day. we should be nice and dry. good-hooking forecast with highs in the low to mid-80s. check out these current temperatures. here what is i'm talking about. reagan national, 64-degree. frederick, 52. lots of 50s out there. 55 in ocean city. 52349 fredericksburg. nice-- 59 in fredericksburg. ni
the nomination? michael crowley, "time" magazine deputy bureau chief and welcome to you both. steve, is huntsman saying things that could resinate with voters, even republican voters, or is this just a desperate candidate who's trying to claw his way out of single digits here in the polls? >> i think it's more of the second. the strategy the huntsman people are following, the road map they think they are following is what john mccain did when he ran for president the first time in 2000. he skipped iowa, he went to new hampshire, had everything on the record bull sessions with reporters and broke through in new hampshire and for a few weeks was the biggest thing in the political world. i think there was a lot mccain had going for himself personally that huntsman lacks, his war story and everything, but the big issue is nowhere near where it was in 2000. jon huntsman sort of advertises himself there as a center right candidate. this is not a center right party, this is the party that nominated sharon engle, christine o'donnell, joe miller, people like that for the united states senate last year, w
often that world events are taking place and we go live to steve harrigan that is witnessing history unfold. i know you've been doing this for a long time. good to see you. it had to have been astounding. >> reporter: remarkable, how emotions have swung here and it's moving to see it in some of the rebel fighters. once learning about a possible slaughter of some of their neighbors right around that complex of colonel khadafy and jubilation when they took the compound. this is a major symbolic victory for the rebels today because it's been the seat of his power but also a tactful victory. this is the center of command and control. keep in mind it's not just the rebels stormed it and took it. for hours there was nato warplane bombing really hitting hard. everyone wanted to get the job done and get it done quickly because he has been turning his larger weapons on his own people opening up tanks on his own people. so before the slaughter could go any further this had to be done. he is certainly on the run now. high is not in the compound. as far as the fighting itself, you can probably h
rules. let's talk about this and figure out what's going on, steve camerata is director of research at the center for immigration studies and joins me now. welcome. good morning to you. >> good morning. martha: the problem here is obviously that the dream act did not pass and the dream act would have allowed for a sort of reorganization of who would be in the deportation proceedings first, and they wanted to deal with criminals, people who have committed crimes in this country beyond the crime of being here illegally first. so the president has side stepped this, the administration, and they're going forward with reorganizing the list of who they're going to deal with first. what do you think about that? >> well, the dream act was going to give amnesty, green cards to people who came before the age of 16, the idea being look, it's not their fault, their parents brought them. now, we could debate the merits of that and would have covered about 2 million people, maybe 1 million would have actually got it. we can debate the merits of that. but this is something completely different. th
but he wasn't great either. kind of in between. super steve making his fourth rehab start. he hit the first batter he faces in the game. wound up going three innings. gave up a hit. two runs allowed. four runners stole on him. on the upside, he did strike out six guys in three innings. fastball hit 98 on the radar gun. he was less than pleased. >> still having the adrenaline in the first inning. i guess it is to be expected only having about four starts in about a year. just gotta work on trying to relax and control it a little bit better. >> the big club hosting the d- backs last night. davey johnson thinking man, i'm glad griz zoe picked up gomes. in the fourth, werth himself with the earl weaver special. his 15th of the year. nats back to within two games of .500. >>> finally, it was a rough go for team aruba at the little league world series yesterday. down 20-0. chinese taipei but aruba left fielder von bergen didn't cry about it. he danced about it. and danced rather well. not exactly the ready position that we teach our outfielders in the bcc league but they're down 20-0
de mecanicos jerry baxter de seguro que no penso que lo grabarian al agredir al piloto steve wallace.... ---esa es la informacion deportiva.. cesar regreso contigo.. cu ---tiempo de la ultima pausa cu ---tiempo de la ultima pausa comercial, pero primero nancy leal con una probadita de lo que ha preparado para acceso total... sot nancy leal dice: "mas adelante cientos de fanaticos de alejandra guzman se quedan vestidos y albororatados para un mega concierto en acapulco ya les digo que fue lo que paso en acceso total ." topvo / live ---volvemos a las imagenes grabadas hace unos unos minutos dentro de la estacin civic center que muestra la manifestacin que los miembros de la organizacin "anonymous" realizan en estos momentos en ese lugar... ---segun ese grupo, las manifestaciones son en respuesta a la decisin del bart de bloquear la seÑal de los telefonos moviles durante otra manifestacin ocurrida hace varias semanas en esa misma estacin.... ---por su parte la agencia advierte a los usuarios que es probable que tenga que cerrar varias estaciones cercanas al lugar de la manifestacin...
either. somewhere in between. super steve making his fourth rehab start. actually hit the first batter that he faced in the game. wound up going three innings iallowed four runners to steal on him. on the other hand, he did strike out six guys and his fast ball did hit 98 on the gun. just another brick in the wall of recovery for steven. he was less than pleased. we'll show you what he said tomorrow. big club hosting the d-backs tonight. and there is davie johnson thinking i'm glad that mike rizzo picked up domes a couple weeks ago. 1-0 nationals. then in the 4th it's werth himself with the earl weaver special. nats back to within two games of 500. they win 4-1. about a month ago the idea of choosing between rex grossman and john beck was like the executioner choosing between the firing squad. a month later the two quarterbacks have been down right impressive. grossman went 240 yards while beck went 14-17. 140 yards as a starter in game two against the colts. mike shanahan says he doesn't know who his starter is going to be for thursday's game wednesday the ravens, but his son, the off
orozco is in for steve. >>> around the coast inland it will get hot and temperatures are expected to soar once again and this morning we are dealing with dense fog that lasting until 8:00 this morning and high pressure continuing to build in and it's intensifying and we are expected to be several degrees warmer than where we sat yesterday. we will detail that and tell you why it is bringing in cooler temperatures, sal? >>> 880 is moving along nicely in front of the coliseum and also the morning drive looks good on westbound 287 let's go back to the desk. >>> breaking news in from daily city, we have late information on a stabbing at a popular bay area bowling alley, tara moriarty, what do you know? >> reporter: it is a popular bowling alley off 280 and you can see the police are right behind the alley here. they have cordoned off the area and i'm not sure what they were looking for blood perhaps a weapon and police have not given us any official word on this but a stabbing was reported here this morning and four victims were brought into the hospital by ambulance. they arrived at ceton h
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 71 (some duplicates have been removed)

Terms of Use (31 Dec 2014)